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XLrator Media has announced it has acquired all U.S. rights to Warhouse, to be released later this year. Starring Joseph Morgan (The Immorals, "Klaus" on The Vampire Diaries) and co-starring Matt Ryan and William Troughton, the film was written by Luke Massey and Benjamin Read and directed by Luke Massey.

From the press release:

The story follows Royal Marine A.J. Budd (Joseph Morgan) who awakens in a mysterious house. Trapped alone in an unchanging prison of unbreakable routines and fighting for his life against grotesque inhuman opponents, he must kill every day or die himself. As days stretch into years, the isolation and unceasing violence threaten his very soul. The only note of hope lies in the journals of a former prisoner, WWI officer Lieutenant Edward Sterling (Matt Ryan), which he discovers behind a secret wall. Sterling's diaries help the young Marine stay alive in the forsaken prison. But what dark fate befell their author? The stories of the two men from different eras interweave as their desperation to escape the "Warhouse" and its endless killing leads them both to take terrible measures.

From that description, this almost seems like a cross between Saw and Matthew Reilly's Contest. My interest is piqued.

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